IT deals: Unisys, Kneron, Cohesity, Ensolvers, Icertis, Infor

Unisys, Kneron, Cohesity, Ensolvers, Icertis, Infor, PracticeLeague, Extreme Networks, Shift Technology, IBM Watson Health, among others, announced their IT deals or technology deployments.
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Unisys announced that it will assist MAB Kargo, the cargo division of Malaysia Airlines, to expand its range of cargo booking options with a new online booking service.


Kneron, an on-device edge artificial intelligence (AI) company, announced the deployment of its Facial Recognition Solution by the public banks of Taiwan for its door security and attendance management systems through Kneron’s partnership with TUNG-I Information Service (TIIS).


Cohesity  announced that William Buck NSW, a firm of chartered accountants and advisors, has deployed Cohesity backup, security, and cloud archiving solutions to support the company’s data governance, disaster recovery, and business continuity requirements.


Ensolvers, a software company, announced its deal with Univision to provide software development services for the new front and back-end of Uforia, an audio streaming mobile app for Latin music fans.


Icertis, a provider of enterprise contract management, announced Saltchuk, a North American transportation and distribution company, has selected the Icertis Contract Management (ICM) platform as its enterprise-wide contract lifecycle management solution.


Infor announced that Miller Industries (MLR), a towing and recovery equipment company, is rolling out a cloud-based solution set from Infor to make strategic business decisions faster and to better manage its business processes.

Currently, Miller Industries is using the Birst enterprise analytics platform to help business users answer their questions in a self-service manner and get a real-time view of operations, on any device. Miller Industries is migrating to a full Infor multi-tenant cloud environment to utilize the Infor LN global ERP cloud solution.


PepsiCo has partnered with PracticeLeague to automate and streamline management of its legal cases / matter through implementation of the Matter and Case Management Module of PracticeLeague’s Enterprise Legal Management platform.

Extreme Networks

West Texas A&M University has deployed Wi-Fi 6 solutions from Extreme Networks at Buffalo Stadium to streamline game day operations at the new stadium, and offer digital fan experiences, such as social sign-in, mobile ticketing, access to real-time stats, and stream video.


Protective Insurance Corporation has selected REIN to launch a data analytics program enhancing key areas of Protective’s operations. Protective will utilize the REIN platform to build additional loss prevention capabilities across its commercial trucking line of business and expand the usage of data science in strategic areas.


Infax, a provider of information technology (IT) solutions, has installed its Engage system with an additional video wall at Osceola County Courthouse in Osceola, Florida. The new video wall displays dynamic, high-resolution informative content for patrons, jurors and members of the court to help them better navigate the courthouse.

Shift Technology

Shift Technology, a provider of AI-native fraud detection and claims automation solutions for the insurance industry, has signed with Ethias, an insurance company in Belgium. Ethias will implement Force, Shift’s fraud detection solution during a three-phased project.

IBM Watson Health

Guerbet, a company specialised in agents and solutions for diagnostic and interventional medical imaging, has signed an agreement with IBM Watson Health to co-develop and co-commercialize an artificial intelligence (AI) solution to help clinicians diagnose and monitor patients with prostate cancer.

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